National Herald Case Rahul Gandhi Was Questioned By ED For The Fifth Day 51 Hours

National Herald Case: In the National Herald case, the ED's...

National Herald Case: In the National Herald case, the ED’s interrogation of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi is going on for the fifth day today. Today Congress leaders reached the ED office at around 11.15 am. After this there was a series of question-answers. Rahul Gandhi left the ED office for a break at around 8.15 pm and went to his residence. After this, he again reached the ED office at around 8.45 pm.

Let us inform that so far 51 hours of interrogation of Rahul Gandhi has been done. Congress is continuously protesting against the inquiry. In view of this, a large number of police and paramilitary forces have been deployed around the Central Investigation Agency office and restrictions under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) are in force.

Rahul was questioned for about 12 hours on Monday. Rahul Gandhi, 52, was questioned for more than 30 hours by ED officials for three consecutive days last week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. During this, his statements were recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

Congress President Sonia Gandhi has also been summoned by the ED in the same case on June 23. Sonia was recently admitted to a private hospital in Delhi due to health issues related to Kovid-19 from where she was discharged on Monday evening.

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Congress says that doctors have advised him to take rest at home. During the interrogation so far, Rahul Gandhi is understood to have been asked questions related to the establishment of ‘Young Indian’, the operation of ‘National Herald’ and the loans given by the Congress to Associated Journals Limited (AJL) and transfer of funds within the media institution. have gone.

Some other Congress leaders including Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are among the promoters and shareholders of ‘Young Indian’. The Congress has termed the ED’s action as vendetta politics against the opposition leaders of the BJP-led central government.

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